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[audio]Lecture by Gregory Bateson part 2 1975 - Bateson, Gregory
Gregory Bateson lectures on "Orders of Change". While acknowledging the difficulties of speaking about change and stability due to the slippery positioning of the "it" of which one is speaking: "it" as existent thing or as "piece of descriptive material." Bateson distinguishes between levels of change, suggesting that more superficial changes serve the function of protecting deeper propositions. This is lecture 2 in a series of lectures...
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[audio]Lecture by James Grauerholz June 2003 - Grauerholz, James
A lecture, "Naropa: The Good ol' Days," given by James Grauerholz at Naropa University June 17 2003. Grauerholz spends the majority of the lecture giving anecdotes about the early years of Naropa focusing mostly on William Burroughs Sr. and his son Billy Burroughs Jr. After the lecture Grauerholz opens up the floor for questions.
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[audio]Lecture by Jena Osman on Anne Waldman July 2003 - Osman, Jena
A lecture, "Anne Waldman as Performer And Collaborator," given by Jena Osman at Naropa University July 1 2003. Osman's lecture is centered on Anne Waldman as collaborator. Osman discusses Waldman's collaboration with such figures as Richard Tuttle, Akilah Oliver, Reed Bye, Bob Dylan et al. Osman plays recordings (film clips, CD's) of Waldman reading and performing various works.
Downloads: 35
[audio]Lecture by John Yau June 2002 - Yau, John
A lecture delivered by John Yau, June 27, 2002 for the Summer Writing Program at Naropa. Yau's lecture could be titled, How to Look at Art since 1945. In it he explores first Marcel Duchamp and the way in which contemporary art sprouted from his work in two directions: Hermetic and Legible and by extention explores Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol. Then back to Pollack and Wallace Berman, then from there, Yau extends further and brings us into a discussion of contemporary artists such as David Reed,...
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[audio]Lecture by Marjorie Welish July 2001 - Welish, Marjorie
A lecture, "The Lyric Lately," deliverd by Marjorie Welish at Naropa University July 11, 2001. Welish's lecture focuses on select New York School poets and their relation with the "lyric." After the lecture Welish opens up the room for a Q & A session.
Downloads: 94
[audio]Lecture with Robin Blaser June 2003 - Blaser, Robin
Robin Blaser presents another of his famously unsummarizable lectures, in which he searches with us for guides on the journey "From there to here to where: writing." "There" is Blaser's early childhood in Idaho, living in a train car and learning about syphilis from a tent chautauqua. "Here" is the hell that, as Pound said, holding his hands across his heart, is "here." "Where" is the question of where we are now, and where we are going, "eyes filled and deserted by the divine" (Jean-Luc Nancy)...
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[audio]Lee Ann Brown Poetry Lecture July 1992 - Brown, Lee Ann
A lecture delivered by Lee Ann Brown at the Naropa Institute July 4, 1992. Brown speaks extensively about the chance operations/ experiments of the Oulipian school of writing citing/ reading several poems as well as her own as examples.
Downloads: 99
[audio]Lee Ann Brown workshop July 1991 - Brown, Lee Ann
Lee Ann Brown workshop. Brown and students have an informal discussion about small press publications and an unidentified project the class is working on involving ziplock bags and other materials.
Downloads: 41
[audio]LeRoy Moore class part 1 June 1986 - Moore, LeRoy
This is tape 1 of a LeRoy Moore lecture on the history and theory of nonviolence. Moore talks about a few examples of nonviolent figures in history including Ghandi and MLK Jr. He describes Ghandi's theory on the three reactions to violence, Johann Galtung's personal and structural violence with examples of violent social structures and how modern structure fits into this. Moore also notes feminist influences on the theory of non-violence and the connection between property owning and violent ac...
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[audio]LeRoy Moore class part 2 June 1986 - Moore, LeRoy
This is tape 2 of a LeRoy Moore lecture on the history and theory of nonviolence. Moore talks about a few examples of nonviolent figures in history including Ghandi and MLK Jr. He describes Ghandi's theory on the three reactions to violence, Johann Galtung's personal and structural violence with examples of violent social structures and how modern structure fits into this. Moore also notes feminist influences on the theory of non-violence and the connection between property owning and violent ac...
Downloads: 45
[audio]Leslie Scalapino lecture, Poetic composition, July, 1991. - Scalapino, Leslie
A Leslie Scalapino class on poetic composition. Scalapino discusses courtly love poetry, the serial composition, and particularities in Robert Creeley's poetry.
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[audio]Leslie Scalapino Workshop July 1989 - Scalapino, Leslie
This is the first day of a Leslie Scalapino workshop (7-17-1989) on the poetic diary form. She reads excerpts from her book "Way" and "That they were at te Beach." She also reads from "Confessions of Lady Nijo" and heavily references her essay and interaction with "Japanese Court Poetry" and Izumi Shikibu. She reads a piece of her essay referencing Mallarme's "Tomb of Anatole." Additionally, she talks about Steven Benson and their creation of form together and Laurie Anderson's "This is the Time...
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[audio]Lewis Warsh class June 1978 - Warsh, Lewis
a continuation of a Visiting Poets class conducted by Lewis Warsh in 1978 (78P073 side two) covering autobiographical writing of prose and poetry, how the writer makes it into writing. In this class he focuses on letters and journals as a way to generate material for writing and as writing. This is part 3 of 3.
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[audio]Lewis Warsh class part 1 June 1978 - Warsh, Lewis
Lewis Warsh class on the autobiography in writing. The class covers composition of poetry and prose, letters and biography in a range of workd including Gurtrude Stein, Kenneth Koch, and his own compositions in dealing with the autobiographical in writing. This is part 1 of 3.
Downloads: 74
[audio]Lewis Warsh class part 2 June 1978 - Warsh, Lewis
A continued discussion of the autobiography in writing covering topics such as journaling, letters, and integration of biographical and imediate exterior impressions. This is part 2 of 3.
Downloads: 87
[audio]Lisa Jarnot lecture, Field Theory, July, 2001 - Jarnot, Lisa
Lecture by Lisa Jarnot on the concept of Field Theory. Jarnot cites many artists as instrumental in shaping the concept and the body of work around the concept.
Downloads: 111
[audio]Lisa Jarnot, Lee Ann Brown and Bernadette Mayer reading, June, 1999. - Brown, Lee Ann; Jarnot, Lisa; Mayer, Bernadette
Second half of a reading with Lisa Jarnot, Lee Ann Brown and Bernadette Mayer. This is a short conclusion with Mayer reading "Mind of hour" followed by a class collaboration. (Continued from 99P014)
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[audio]Lisa Jarnot, Lee Ann Brown and Bernadette Mayer reading, June, 1999. - Brown, Lee Ann; Jarnot, Lisa; Mayer, Bernadette
First half of a reading with Lisa Jarnot, Lee Ann Brown and Bernadette Mayer. Jarnot reads "Ode," "Hockey night in Canada," "Poem," "On the lawn chair," "O life force," "From Carlyle," "Suddenly last summer," "Lake of fire," "Brooklyn anchorage," "Past noon," "Poem beginning with a line from Frank Lima," "The song between: After Philip Lamentia." Brown sings Helen Adam's "I love my love" and reads "The car return trip," "August Valentine," "Aylene," "Present beau: Robin Blaser," "Shady grove," "...
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[audio]Lorenzo Thomas class on blues songs, July, 1989. - Thomas, Lorenzo
First half of a Lorenzo Thomas class on the history, context, and structure of blues songs. He plays and sings examples of blues songs including those of Robert Johnson, Bessie Smith, and Lightnin' Hopkins, and discusses them with the class. (Continues on 89P116)
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[audio]Lorenzo Thomas class on blues songs, July, 1989. - Thomas, Lorenzo
Second half of a Lorenzo Thomas class on the history, context, and structure of blues songs. He plays and sings examples of blues songs including those of Robert Johnson, Bessie Smith, and Lightnin' Hopkins, and discusses them with the class. (Continued from 89P115)
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[audio]Lorenzo Thomas lecture - Part 1 - Thomas, Lorenzo
First half of a lecture by Lorenzo Thomas titled "The Poetics of the Blues." Thomas dicusses courtly tradition, Anne Bradstreet, Emily Dickinson, Afro-American poetry, Steve Henderson, Harlem Renaissance, Langston Hughes, Claude McKay, Amiri Baraka, Black Voices anthology, Sonia Sanchez,and the Negritude Movement. (Continues on 89p114.) Keywords: New American Poetry, Black Arts Movement, Umbra, music and literature
Downloads: 355
[audio]Lorenzo Thomas lecture - Part 2 - Thomas, Lorenzo
Second half of a lecture by Lorenzo Thomas titled "The Poetics of the Blues." Thomas dicusses courtly tradition, Anne Bradstreet, Emily Dickinson, Afro-American poetry, Steve Henderson, Harlem Renaissance, Langston Hughes, Claude McKay, Amiri Baraka, Black Voices anthology, Sonia Sanchez,and the Negritude Movement. The lecture ends with a question and answer session. (Continued from 89p113.) Keywords: New American Poetry, Black Arts Movement, Umbra, music and literature
Downloads: 505
[audio]Lorenzo Thomas lecture on racial identity and its literary representation, July, 1997. - Thomas, Lorenzo
Lorenzo Thomas lectures on racial identity and its literary representation. Arguing that ethnicity in contemporary America is a politically utilitarian fiction, Thomas discusses the history of ethnicity as concept and representation in American literature. He presents a view of African-American poetry as a reflection of historically changing self-definitions using poems by African-American authors, from Phyllis Wheatley to Amiri Baraka, to illustrate those changes...
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[audio]Lorenzo Thomas lecture, "The poetics of the blues." - Thomas, Lorenzo
First half of a lecture by Lorenzo Thomas titled "The Poetics of the Blues." Thomas dicusses courtly tradition, Anne Bradstreet, Emily Dickinson, Afro-American poetry, Steve Henderson, Harlem Renaissance, Langston Hughes, Claude McKay, Amiri Baraka, Black Voices anthology, Sonia Sanchez,and the Negritude Movement. (Continues on 89p114.) Keywords: New American Poetry, Black Arts Movement, Umbra, music and literature
Downloads: 566
[audio]Lorenzo Thomas lecture, How to see through poetry: myth, perception, and history, July, 2002. - Thomas, Lorenzo
Lorenzo Thomas lectures on poetry and social action. He reads and discusses pieces written as social action commentary, such as "By the rivers of Babylon" (Psalm 137), The Declaration of Independence, Frederick Douglass's "What to the American slave is the 4th of July?", and poems by Paul Laurence Dunbar and John Greenleaf Whittier. Thomas also discusses Douglass's life in relation to the abolitionist movement, the civil rights movement, and the current situation in the Middle East.
Downloads: 375
[audio]Lyn Hejinian lecture, "The quest for knowledge in the western poem." - Hejinian, Lyn
Lecture by Lyn Hejinian, titled "The Quest for Knowledge in the Western Poem." Keywords: New American Poetry, Language School
Downloads: 404
[audio]Lyn Hejinian workshop part 1 July 1992 - Hejinian, Lyn
A workshop taught by Lyn Hejinian at the Naropa Institute July 6, 1992. Hejinian begins the class by discussing the work and person of Gertrude Stein. She then speaks a bit about Russian Formalism and ends the class by inviting her students to read their poems.
Downloads: 97
[audio]Lyn Hejinian workshop part 2 July 1992 - Hejinian, Lyn
A workshop taught by Lyn Hejinian at the Naropa Institute July 9, 1992. Hejinian spends most of the class discussing the work of Francis Ponge, Clark Coolidge and Steve Benson. The class ends with students reading their workshop assignments.
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